British Gas has partnered with Landis+Gyr to install the very first SMETS2-certified smart meter, heralding a new era for smart, domestic energy.
Regulators will need to evolve and adapt new approaches if they are to best protect consumers as the power market continues to pivot, a new report has warned.
Shell has today formally launched its new on-forecourt electric vehicle charging service, dubbed Shell Recharge.
Islington Council has partnered with Robin Hood Energy to launch London’s first municipal energy provider in more than a century.
UK system operator National Grid and Reactive Technologies have claimed to have continuously measured and monitored grid stability for the first time.
Global energy giants E.On and Enel have combined to trade power via a new blockchain-powered marketplace for the first time.
The failure of players in the energy market to share data is costing the industry as much as £4 billion, legal practice Foot Anstey has said.
With just one day to go until the doors of Birmingham’s NEC open for Solar & Storage Live, Clean Energy News spoke to David Hill, commercial director at Open Energi, before he takes to the stage to discuss the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the UK energy system.
London-based energy technology start-up Electron has landed government funding to scale its proprietary blockchain energy trading platform.
Data from local electricity networks is to be opened up for the first time in a new project designed to monitor substation performance and electricity demand through the use of new apps.
The UK’s legally binding carbon reduction targets should be brought forward if the country is to meet its obligations under the Paris climate agreement, according to a new report from the Liberal Democrats.
Pasquale Romano, president and chief executive officer of ChargePoint, explains how the company's recent survey has shown an appetite for the benefits of e-mobility, and how the technology can help shape the UK's low carbon future.
UK Power Networks recently unveiled details of its upcoming flexibility services tender, the first of its kind in the UK to be launched on a regional level. Sotiris Georgiopoulos, head of smart grid development at UKPN, explains what has prompted the tender and how it will work for participants.
More and more companies are turning to corporate PPAs as a way to power their business sustainably and manage their long-term energy costs. Using demand flexibility to help align patterns of supply and demand can boost the benefits all round, as Open Energi's commercial analyst, Dago Cedillos, explains.
One of the largest rooftop solar installations in the UK is to add a Tesla battery in what is thought to be the first UK project to use a commercial array to charge an energy storage system to avoid grid charges and provide ancillary services.
National Grid has said that ‘pinch points’ in both local distribution grids and household electrical set-ups could slow the transition to electric vehicles in the UK.
The Energy Networks Association has launched a new consultation seeking views on modernising flexibility markets which it says are “no longer fit for purpose”.
National Grid has today moved to dispel various misconceptions over its projections for extra power demand triggered by an electric vehicle revolution in the UK.
Soaring generation from the UK’s solar assets sent UK power demand to a new low last month, according to data compiled by monitoring firm EnAppSys.
Shell has become the latest global energy giant to set its sights on the UK’s commercial power market.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has commissioned an independent review into the whole system costs of energy in the UK.
A group of six former energy leaders has warned today that the UK’s utilities must adapt to the energy transition if they are to survive.
The Energy Networks Association has rebuked British Gas after it blamed spiralling energy network costs on a 12.5% price increase for electricity customers.
Following last week’s energy system overhaul announcements from the government, Liam Stoker stresses that it will be down to energy companies and providers – and not Westminster – to truly enact change in our power market.
French energy major EDF has pointed towards a future more renewable after collapsing nuclear power prices in the UK sent its earnings down by one-fifth.
UK energy firm Limejump has raised £3 million to invest in its nascent virtual power plant technology.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has incurred the wrath of battery storage asset owners by proposing significant changes to how their generation classes are de-rated within the Capacity Market (CM).
Demand aggregator Kiwi Power has launched its third-generation Internet-of-Things (IoT) hardware platform, the Fruit, with new features to improve system integration and control greater numbers of assets.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and the energy regulator Ofgem have today released plans for a major upgrade of the UK’s energy system.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has confirmed that its planned exemption for energy intensive industries (EII) has been pushed back until 1 January 2018 at the earliest.